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© 2017 Sierra Wireless 1
The Internet of Things
#StartswithSierra
3GPP LTE-M Standard
LPWAN Paris ’17 Conference
March 21-...
© 2017 Sierra Wireless 2
Sierra Wireless – Introduction
IoT Hardware IoT PlatformIoT Connectivity
Connected
Machines Enter...
© 2017 Sierra Wireless 3
Sierra Wireless – Embedded Solutions
www.legato.io
MangOH Green
• Arduino connector
• 120mm x 100...
© 2017 Sierra Wireless 4
Low Power Wide Area – A Revolution for the IoT
Low Consumption Extended Coverage Low Complexity
C...
© 2017 Sierra Wireless 5
Low Power Wide Area – Technology Panorama
2015 2016 2017 2018
Cat-NB1
20/60 kbps
EC-GSM-IoT
200 k...
© 2017 Sierra Wireless 6
Cellular LPWA – The Promise of the 3 C’s
Consumption Coverage Complexity
© 2017 Sierra Wireless 7
Low Consumption
Consumption
10-20 years lifetime
On AA batteries
(2500 mAh)
Coverage Complexity
© 2017 Sierra Wireless 8
Low Consumption with PSM and eDRX
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Extended Coverage
Consumption
10-20 years lifetime
On AA batteries
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Coverage
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© 2017 Sierra Wireless 10
HARQ: Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request
Detailed coverage study available online
http://hub.sierra...
© 2017 Sierra Wireless 11
Low Complexity
Consumption
10-20 years lifetime
On AA batteries
(2500 mAh)
Coverage
+18-22dB sen...
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Low Complexity, Cost and Total Cost of Ownership
Approvals
Communication Hardware
Design
Integra...
© 2017 Sierra Wireless 13
Cellular LPWA – Additional Benefits
Immediate Service
2016 – 2017 – 2018
580+ Networks
180+ Coun...
© 2017 Sierra Wireless 14
Cellular LPWA – Additional Benefits
Immediate Service
2016 – 2017 – 2018
580+ Networks
180+ Coun...
© 2017 Sierra Wireless 15
Cellular LPWA – Additional Benefits
Immediate Service
2016 – 2017 – 2018
580+ Networks
180+ Coun...
© 2017 Sierra Wireless 16
Mobile World Congress 2017 – On Air Demos
Live networks already on (US, Europe, Asia)
Mass deplo...
© 2017 Sierra Wireless 17
4G LTE-M Live Deployments Worldwide
https://www.orange.com/en/Press-Room/press-releases-2017/AT-...
© 2017 Sierra Wireless 18
Thank You
ndamour@sierrawireless.com
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3GPP LTE-M Standard

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3GPP LTE-M Standard

  1. 1. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 1 The Internet of Things #StartswithSierra 3GPP LTE-M Standard LPWAN Paris ’17 Conference March 21-23 2017 Nicolas Damour Senior Manager, Business and Innovation CTO Office, Sierra Wireless
  2. 2. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 2 Sierra Wireless – Introduction IoT Hardware IoT PlatformIoT Connectivity Connected Machines Enterprise Services Paris Toulouse San Diego Shenzhen Hong Kong London Munich R&D, Marketing, Operations Manufacturing Commercial offices Bangalore Beijing Tokyo Taipei Melbourne Shanghai Seoul NiceMarietta#1 IoT module supplier worldwide 1,100 employees worldwide Founded in 1993 2015 revenue: $608 million 25 years of steady innovation San Jose
  3. 3. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 3 Sierra Wireless – Embedded Solutions www.legato.io MangOH Green • Arduino connector • 120mm x 100mm • ATmega32U4 MCU • 2x CF3 cellular sockets • MicroSD + 2xSIM • Accelero, Gyro • 2x USB, RJ45, 1 RS232 • 3x IoT Connectors MangOH Red • Raspberry Pi connector • 69mm x 61mm • ARM Cortex M4 MCU • 1x CF3 cellular socket • MicroSD + 1xSIM • Accelero, Gyro, Altimeter • 2x USB • 1x IoT Connector • Yocto-built Linux distrib • Application Framework • Development Tools • Multi-Language Support Available now from Element14 • Unified “CF3” 22x23mm Format • Pin-to-pin compatible • Snap-in socket or LGA solder-down www.mangoh.io essential connectivity application integration Comprehensive IoT Modules Portfolio Embedded Solutions
  4. 4. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 4 Low Power Wide Area – A Revolution for the IoT Low Consumption Extended Coverage Low Complexity Container Tracking Smart Meter Wearables Home Automation Toll CollectionStreet Lighting Pipeline Management Smart Grid
  5. 5. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 5 Low Power Wide Area – Technology Panorama 2015 2016 2017 2018 Cat-NB1 20/60 kbps EC-GSM-IoT 200 kbps GSM 200 kbps LTE Cat. 1 10 Mbps Cat-M1 300/375 kbps LTE-M NB-IOT 2019 Cellular Networks - Standardized - Licensed Bands Ad-hoc Networks - Proprietary - Unlicensed Bands Cat-NB2 60/120 kbps Cat-M2 2.4/2.6 Mbps LTE-M NB-IOT
  6. 6. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 6 Cellular LPWA – The Promise of the 3 C’s Consumption Coverage Complexity
  7. 7. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 7 Low Consumption Consumption 10-20 years lifetime On AA batteries (2500 mAh) Coverage Complexity
  8. 8. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 8 Low Consumption with PSM and eDRX 1 1 2 2 3 4 3 6a 5a 5b 5c 6b 7 8 8 0 0 0 0 9 9 10 10 11 11 0 Power Saving Mode or Off 4 μA or 0 μA --- --- 1 Wake-up or Boot 80 mA 0,185 s 14,80 mAs 2 Processing 45 mA 0,430 s 19,35 mAs 3 Look up cells 190 mA 0,915 s 173,85 mAs 4 Register onto network 320 mA 1,6 s 512,00 mAs 5 Processing 45 mA 4,09 s 184,05 mAs 6 Processing 80 mA 2,13 s 170,40 mAs 7 Listen to network pages 8 mAs each x 16 128,00 mAs 8 Actual data transmission 320 mA 1,6 s 512,00 mAs 9 Processing 45 mA 3,1 s 139,50 mAs 10 Idle mode 300 μA 7,07 s 2,12 mAs 11 Listen to network pages 8 mAs each X 16 128,00 mAs TOTAL GREEN 989,62 mAs TOTAL RED 994,45 mAs TOTAL GREEN + RED 1984,07 mAs PSM - Power Saving Mode Lets the device “hibernate” between data transmissions while remembering its network state (no need to re-register) Power consumption in hibernation: 4 μA Gain on battery lifetime: x2 (compared to shutting modem off) Ex: Tx 670 bytes / Rx 350 bytes on 2500mAh AA battery 1 transmission every 1 hour 1 transmission every 6 hours 1 transmission every 24 hours eDRX - Extended Discontinuous Reception Lets the device listen more infrequently to incoming messages => 1 year battery life => 5 years battery life => 19 years battery life Power consumption for 1 data transmission - With PSM Power consumption for 1 data transmission - Without PSM (coming from “OFF” state)
  9. 9. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 9 Extended Coverage Consumption 10-20 years lifetime On AA batteries (2500 mAh) Coverage +18-22dB sensitivity Open Range x 7 Basement Coverage Complexity
  10. 10. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 10 HARQ: Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request Detailed coverage study available online http://hub.sierrawireless.com/coverage_analysis_lte_m LTE-M Channel Maximum Coupling Loss Performance Nb of Repeats PSS/SSS 164dB Acquisition Time=850 ms - PBCH 164dB Acquisition Time=240 ms 5 MDPCCH 164dB 99% detection using 128 repeats 256 PDSCH 164dB 1400 bps using 512 repeats 2048 PUSCH 164dB 250 bps using 1536 repeats 2048 PRACH 164dB 90% detection using 64-128 Repeats 128 PUCCH 164dB 90% detection using 16-32 Repeats 32 PSS/SSS Primary/Secondary Synchronization Signals PBCH Physical Broadcast Channel MDPCCH MTC Physical Downlink Control Channel PDSCH Physical Downlink Shared Channel PUSCH Physical Uplink Shared Channel PRACH Physical Random Access Channel PUCCH Physical Uplink Control Channel Extended Coverage through repetitions
  11. 11. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 11 Low Complexity Consumption 10-20 years lifetime On AA batteries (2500 mAh) Coverage +18-22dB sensitivity Open Range x 7 Basement Coverage Complexity -75% (rel. Cat-1) Target: 2G Price Single WW Product
  12. 12. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 12 Low Complexity, Cost and Total Cost of Ownership Approvals Communication Hardware Design Integration manufacturing Distribution and installation Systems and platforms Service connection Network Subscription Comm. HW Design and Integration Network Subscription Total Cost Summary Aggregated Communication Hardware 2-13% Network Subscription 4-30% Design and Integration 57-89% Total Cost Breakdown Source: Analysis Mason, Nov. 2010 “The total cost of ownership for embedded mobile devices”
  13. 13. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 13 Cellular LPWA – Additional Benefits Immediate Service 2016 – 2017 – 2018 580+ Networks 180+ Countries
  14. 14. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 14 Cellular LPWA – Additional Benefits Immediate Service 2016 – 2017 – 2018 580+ Networks 180+ Countries Durable Investment Long-term availability Global Standard Scalable and Flexible
  15. 15. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 15 Cellular LPWA – Additional Benefits Immediate Service 2016 – 2017 – 2018 580+ Networks 180+ Countries Durable Investment Long-term availability Global Standard Scalable and Flexible Trusted Ecosystem QoS & Security Operator roaming Embedded SIM - OTA
  16. 16. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 16 Mobile World Congress 2017 – On Air Demos Live networks already on (US, Europe, Asia) Mass deployments in 2017 and 2018
  17. 17. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 17 4G LTE-M Live Deployments Worldwide https://www.orange.com/en/Press-Room/press-releases-2017/AT-T-KDDI- KPN-NTT-DOCOMO-Orange-Telefonica-Telstra-TELUS-and-Verizon-Back- Deployment-of-LTE-M-for-Internet-of-Things Press Release at Mobile World Congress Combined with the compatible 4G NB-IoT coverage This provides a global network for 3GPP LPWA Orange LTE-M Lab available in Paris https://partner.orange.com/open-iot-lab/
  18. 18. © 2017 Sierra Wireless 18 Thank You ndamour@sierrawireless.com

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